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Kulkarni Clinic, Pune

Kulkarni Clinic

  4.4  (91 ratings)

Pulmonologist Clinic

Kasturba Hous Society Gurukrupa Complex Office no- 7 Vishrantwadi. Above Bhagini Nivedita sahakari bank, near Garg pedhi Vishrantwadi - Airport Rd Pune
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Kulkarni Clinic   4.4  (91 ratings) Pulmonologist Clinic Kasturba Hous Society Gurukrupa Complex Office no- 7 Vishrantwadi. Above Bhagini Nivedita sahakari bank, near Garg pedhi Vishrantwadi - Airport Rd Pune
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Kulkarni Clinic is known for housing experienced Pulmonologists. Dr. Milind M Kulkarni, a well-reputed Pulmonologist, practices in Pune. Visit this medical health centre for Pulmonologists recommended by 40 patients.


12:30 PM - 02:00 PM 06:00 PM - 07:30 PM


Kasturba Hous Society Gurukrupa Complex Office no- 7 Vishrantwadi. Above Bhagini Nivedita sahakari bank, near Garg pedhi Vishrantwadi - Airport Rd
Vishrantwadi Pune, Maharashtra - 411015
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Actually I am coughing and vomiting blood with nose too I had taken medicines for tb for around 6 month it was negative but after few month I vomit blood twice. What is the scenario is it second stage of tb or else I am coughing from 1 years due to this happening.

Pulmonologist, Pune
Please tell me it's blood in vomiting or blood in coughing? If blood in vomiting then you have to take opinion of gastroenterlogist or else if in the coughing then take chest specialist opinion both are not good for health. Needs to be evaluated further.
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I am suffering from cough and cold from past 5 days and there is a slight headache too.

Pulmonologist, Pune
Start antiallergic medicine and cough syrup also start some antipyretics if necessary meet nearby chest physician.

What could be the immediate remedy for cough after cold. It is better if you tell me home remedies.

Pulmonologist, Pune
Do steaming and gargling with plain hot water drink milk with turmeric at night honey with ginger in the morning.

I am suffering from cough since 5 days and with a running nose I have tried some medicine but it doesn't work please help me out of these.

Pulmonologist, Pune
Hi please start antiallergic medicine and cough syrup twice per day if fever then do basic investigation like chest X-ray, hemogram,esr tests.

I have cold cough from last one week. Actually I have dust allergy. But this time I faced more issue. Means continuous sinking. Due to this water coming from eyes.

Pulmonologist, Pune
Yes, allergy leading to respiratory infection -- viral, bacterial so patient may get congestion of nose, throat irritations, cough--dry/wet kindly Chest Xray, and blood investigations, and seek doctors advise.

Everything You Need To Know About Spirometry

Pulmonologist, Pune
Everything You Need To Know About Spirometry

Spirometry is a common medical test that is conducted in order to detect whether your lungs are working properly. This is done by detecting the amount of air you can inhale and exhale along with the time taken to complete both of these procedures. Spirometry is useful to diagnose any underlying medical condition like asthma, Chronic Obtrusive Pulmonary Disease, persistent coughing or problem during breathing. If you are receiving treatment for chronic lung disorder, spirometry is also useful to check whether or not your lungs are responding to the specific kind of treatment.

Procedure: The process of spirometry involves the use a mouthpiece and a tube adjoined with a machine which displays the recorded results. Before the onset of the procedure, which generally takes place in a hospital, you will be prescribed by the doctor to wear comfortable clothing which will not restrict your normal breathing process and will be asked to have a light meal before the procedure. The procedure will be conducted while you are sitting. 

Spirometry takes an estimated amount of 15 minutes to get over with. The nurse will put a clip on your nose in order to close your nostrils. After that, you have to take a deep breath and then breathe out as hard as possible on the tube for a few seconds. You have to make sure that there's no air leakage during this procedure by putting your lips tightly over the tube. In order to arrive at a stable result, you have to conduct the test three times at least. If the results are hugely diverse, then you have to take the test again. The highest result among the three tests is usually denoted as the ultimate test result.

Risks: Spirometry is generally a low-risk inducing procedure. But in some cases, it might cause loss of breath, moments after the procedure. Also, spirometry should not be conducted if the patient has recently had a heart attack or surgery of the eye, abdomen or chest. If you are suffering from vomiting tendencies and you have regular instances of blood in your cough, you should also avoid spirometry.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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What You Need To Know About Cystic Fibrosis?

Pulmonologist, Pune
What You Need To Know About Cystic Fibrosis?

Cystic fibrosis is a genetic condition, which primarily affects the lungs and persistence of this condition might lead to severe breathing problems and loss of lung function. If you have inherited two copies of the defective gene from your parents, you are likely to suffer from this disease. Cystic Fibrosis causes a buildup of thick mucus in your lungs and affects other organs such as the kidneys, pancreas and the intestines in your body.

It isn't very uncommon as one out of fifty people in Asia is a carrier of this disease. The disease gets its name from the cysts formed in the pancreas of the sufferer. However, this disease can be detected by testing the quantity of salt present in your sweat. Prenatal testing for Fibrosis is another method to test if your newborn is likely to contract a lung infection.

Complications faced due to cystic fibrosis include:

  1. Serious sinus infections
  2. Serious damage in lungs due to inflammation and incessant infection
  3. Malnutrition
  4. Complication in breaking down protein
  5. Respiratory tract contamination

If you observe one or more of the following symptoms, you might be suffering from Cystic Fibrosis:

  1. Salty-tasting skin
  2. Bowel obstruction caused due to meconium ileus (obstruction of the bowels)
  3. Mucus amiss in your alveoli
  4. Persistent coughing with phlegm discharge
  5. Shortness of breath while engaging in a physical task
  6. Stunted or measly growth despite healthy lifestyle habits
  7. Infertility in males

If you're suffering from cystic fibrosis, there isn't any particular treatment which is recommended due to the varying degrees of it found in people. However, consultation with a medical practitioner and an individualised treatment plan can help you minimise the risks and lead a better life.

Some therapies you can opt for are:

  • Airway clearance: This therapy helps sift the thick layer of mucus around your organs. Some people have also chosen to use the inflatable vest which vibrates around your chest, thereby, thinning and loosening the layer of mucus.
  • Inhaled medicines: Another breakthrough in the field of respiratory medicine, this method requires the patient to sniff a liquid consisting of mist, which is inhaled with the aid of a nebuliser. This method is known to be beneficial for opening airways.
  • Pancreatic enzyme supplements: Along with multivitamins, these specially designed supplements are known to cater to your pancreas with the much-needed nutrients and they need to be consumed with every meal. Consult an Expert & get answers to your questions!
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Asthma: How To Deal With It?

Pulmonologist, Pune
Asthma: How To Deal With It?

Asthma is an inflammatory disease, which affects the airways of your lungs (respiratory tract that pumps oxygen into the lungs). It is long term in nature. It is characterized by shortness of breath, coughing and wheezing. It occurs few times a day or few times a week depending on the person it affects. Sometimes it worsens during the night.

What triggers Asthma?

  1. Airborne particles such as dust mites, mold spores, pollen and cockroach waste.
  2. Infections in the respiratory system such as common cold.
  3. Cold air can also trigger asthma.
  4. Physical or outdoor activities which make you pant such as running, skipping, jogging and jumping can cause shortness of breath, thus triggering asthma.
  5. Pollutants and irritants in air such as smoke.
  6. Some medications can also trigger asthma.
  7. Stress and nervous attacks (panic attacks) also trigger asthma.

How to manage asthma better by changing your lifestyle:

  1. Try to avoid keeping animals in your house such as dogs, cats and rabbits. Many times animal fur, waste, urine and saliva contains particles which can cause allergic reactions and make you cough uncontrollably. This in turn triggers asthma attacks. If you have pets try keeping them away from your bedroom.
  2. Dust mites also cause allergies which trigger asthma. So wash your carpets, rugs, bed-linen and pillowcases in hot water.
  3. Bugs and insects such as cockroaches are not only unhygienic, but can also trigger asthma. Cockroach droppings near your bed, kitchen and food are dangerous and you should call an exterminator to get rid of these bugs.
  4. Sometimes, heavy fragrance also aggravates your respiratory tract and triggers shortness of breath. Avoid using heavy perfumes, deodorants and room fresheners.
  5. Pollution also triggers asthma. Dust particles come out from the vehicles and mix with the air. If this air is inhaled, it might trigger uncontrollable asthma. So try to cover your mouth with a cloth when you step out of your house.

Asthma can be very severe and can bring many hurdles in your day to day activities. Changing your lifestyle and certain habits can reduce asthma to a great extent. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Pulmonologist.

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